In Memory of
LOVE FROM THE KITCHEN
She gave more than she received.
She always thought of others' needs.
She served fair and served much
She loved true. She loved tough.
She always had an open door for little chats
about life, family, sewing, or just this and that.
She was real and honest and told it like it was.
She was sassy but humble and always
made time for us.
She saved pictures we all sent her and
kept up with our news.
She was a part of our ministries
although not from our pews.
She called our names in prayer
and our needs she would mention
I'll always be thankful for the
love from the kitchen.
Written by: Lori Green / Austin, TX
"I will never forget the time she taught Corina Cashen and
I how to make homemade pie crusts, and helped us make our pies.
She was a wonderful lady, and she will be missed."
"She was an excellent listener and had good advice. However, there is one thing
that stood out above that - she was a Prayer Warrior. You knew that you could trust
her to help you pray about any situation. She always said “If I don’t see you
again over here I’ll see you over in Glory.” So indeed, I will see you over in Glory."
"She truly had a servants heart."
"Sis. Mac was the definition of giving. She gave and gave and gave."
"I was so absolutely blessed to cross paths with Sis. Mac.
She was a voice of encouragement in my life when I desperately needed it."
"She was an amazing lady and never turned anyone away who
needed help. She was never too busy to talk to you."
"Sis. Mac taught me so many wonderful things, how to make a scarf, how to
genuinely listen and care for others, and how to be a servant. Serving us was
her ministry and she did it with all her heart and might!"
"What impressed me most about Sis. Mac was her love for people!
We had MANY long talks in her kitchen. She was precious and had a heart of gold."
"I can remember so many times just running to her and giving her a big hug and tears
would just flow. She didn’t have to say much but she just gave me the biggest hug,
loved me, and told me everything was going to be alright."